BGC 2021 S/PTP Thread

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BaconGrundleCandy

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I'll use this thread to discuss and breakdown the upcoming 2021 S class.
Looks like a deep class with some really good prospects at the top. Cisco, Holland, LeCounte have all made huge strides the past few years. Not just physically but what coaches have been putting on their plates. Some really outstanding secondaries this year, most lead by a deep, talented S corp. Oregon, Georgia, TCU, LSU, Cinci, Florida, USC, South Carolina ... To name a few.


How I've graded the S position over the years ...
DRAFT GRADES - HISTORY 2011-PRESENT.xlsx


Tier 1

Andre Cisco - Syracuse - 6'/205


Jevon Holland - Oregon - 6'1/195


Richard LeCounte - Georgia - 5'11/190


Kary Vincent - LSU - 5'10/185


Paris Ford - Pittsburgh - 6'/190


Trevon Moehrig - TCU - 6'2/210


James Wiggins - Cincinnati - 6'/205


Hamsah Nasirildeen - FSU - 6'4/215


Kolby Harvell-Peel - Oklahoma St - 6'/210

Greg Eisworth - Iowa St - 6'/205


Caden Sterns - Texas - 6'1/205



Tier 2
Richie Grant - UCF - 6'/195


Aashari Crosswell
- Arizona St - 6’0”, 195


Shawn Davis - Florida - 5'11/185


Sydney Brown - Illinois - 6'/210


Reed Blankenship - MTSU - 6'1/195


R.J. Roderick - South Carolina - 6'/200


Brady Breeze - Oregon - 6'/195


Brad Stewart - Florida - 6'/200


Nick Roberts - USF - 5'11/190


Ja’Von Hicks - Cincinnati - 6'2/200


Prudy Calderon - Rice - 5'11/210


Isaiah Pola-Mao - USC - 6'4/205


Damar Hamlin - Pittsburgh - 6'1/195


Joe Foucha - Arkansas - 5'11/195


Donovan Stiner - Florida - 6'1/205


C.J. Morgan - Miss St - 6'/200



Tier 3
Xavier Henderson
- Michigan St - 6'1/205


Jeawon Taylor - Florida - 6'1/205


Cam Taylor-Britt - Nebraska - 6'/215


Tariq Thompson - San Diego St - 6’0”, 200


Eric Burrell - Wisconsin - 6'/195


B.J. Foster - Texas - 6'2/210


Talanoa Hufanga - USC - 6'1/220


Jacoby Stevens - LSU - 6'1/230


Myles Woolfolk - UNC - 5'11/205


Joey Blount - Virginia - 6'1/190


Adrian Frye - Texas Tech - 6'1/195


Mike Brown - Miami (OH) - 6'1/210


Devon Key - W. Kentucky - 6'1/210


Delarrin Turner-Yell - OK - 5'10/190


Tre Sterling - Ok St - 6’1”, 202



Tier 4
J.R. Pace
-Northwestern - 6'1/205


Gurvan Hall - Miami - 6'/195


Rodjay Burns - Louisville - 6'/200


Nolan Turner - Clemson - 6'1/195


Yusuf Corker - Kentucky - 6'/190


Todd Harris - LSU - 5'11/190


Troy Lafeged - Utah St - 5'11/190


Larry Brooks - Tulane - 6'/200


Malcolm Rodriguez - Oklahoma St - 6'/205


Stephan Blaylock - UCLA - 5'10/195


Marcelino Ball - Indiana - 6'/225


Devonte Robinson - Kentucky - 6'2/195


Deontay Anderson - Houston - 6’2/220



Sterling Weatherford - Miami (OH) - 6'4/220


Marquis Waters - Duke - 6'/205


Wylan Free - Fresno St - 6'2/185


Saeed Holt - Toledo - 6'/195


Darrick Forrest - Cincinnati - 6'/200


Quentin Lake - UCLA - 6'1/195


Robert Barnes - Oklahoma - 6'2/205


Nick Pickett - Oregon - 6'1/200


Tae Daley - Vanderbilt - 6'/205


Grant Stuard - Houston - 6'1/210


Jay Lenard - San Jose St - 6'1/205


Derrion Rakestraw / Colorado - 6'2/200

Joshua Bledsoe - Missouri - 6'/205


Zyon Gilbert - FAU - 6'1/180


Skyler Thomas - Wash St - 5'9/185


Lamont Wade - PSU - 5'9/200
 

masterbouncer

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Seems to be quite a deep class with safeties, I assume BB will pick one or two in later rounds next year
 

JerseyShore99

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LeCounte, Sterns, and Stevens are all very different players, but all have me pumped...Already like more safeties this year than last year
 

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